Iowa Football: 5 Reasons the Hawkeyes' Bowl Streak Will End

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Iowa Football: 5 Reasons the Hawkeyes' Bowl Streak Will End
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Since 1981, the Iowa Hawkeyes have received bowl invitations in all but seven seasons, including a current run of four years in a row. Previous coach Hayden Fry led the revitalization of the program, and current coach Kirk Ferentz has continued to build on Fry's success since 1999.

In the world of college football, where the entire team is rebuilt every four to five years, every program must endure the occasional rough patch.

Though the Hawkeyes have been able to avoid such droughts for a while now, the program has entered a rebuilding period that could mean lean times and an end to the Hawkeye's bowl streak.

Here we look at five reasons why Hawkeyes fans should get ready for a rough year.

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